The St. Louis Metro area is considered the third largest German-American community in all of America! From the Library of Congress: “The German immigrant story is a long one—a story… Read more How German are we? →
The St. Louis German-American Community invites St. Louis to celebrate National German-American Day!
Join us for this family friendly week of programs that celebrate the St. Louis region’s wonderful German-American heritage with several programs, events, and even a feast as we celebrate German… Read more German American Day 2018 →
Happy German American Day! n 1983, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed October 6 as German-American Day to celebrate and honor the 300th anniversary of German American immigration and culture to the… Read more Die Zeitung →
Missouri Governor Eric Greitens has declared Saturday, October 7, German American Day in Missouri! All of the St. Louis Regional German-American organizations will celebrate the occasion at the St. Louis… Read more German-American Day →
President Barack Obama has proclaimed October 6, 2016 German American Day! This day commemorates the date in 1683 when 13 German families from Krefeld near the Rhine, landed in Philadelphia. Those families subsequently founded Germantown, Pennsylvania, the first German settlement and organized the 1st petition in the colonies to abolish slavery in 1688.
Hello, I would like to invite you to St. Louis’ German-American Day celebration on Saturday, October 1, 2016 from noon until 5pm at the St. Louis German Cultural Society’s Hall at 3652 Jefferson Avenue. Whether you come from Germany, your family did, or you just enjoy your German heritage, there is something for everyone. The event is free, and all proceeds go to the St. Louis German American Committee which promotes all of the German organizations in St. Louis and St. Charles Counties. Everyone is encouraged to dress in their… Read more German-American Day →
The September 2016 issue of Missouri German Consortium’s newsletter Die Zeitung is here…